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Symposium on Farming System Aspects of the Cultivation of Natural Rubber (Hevea brasiliensis)

Symposium on Farming System Aspects of the Cultivation of Natural Rubber (Hevea brasiliensis) (1996 Beruwela, Sri Lanka)

Symposium on Farming System Aspects of the Cultivation of Natural Rubber (Hevea brasiliensis)

Beruwela, 6 November 1996.

by Symposium on Farming System Aspects of the Cultivation of Natural Rubber (Hevea brasiliensis) (1996 Beruwela, Sri Lanka)

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Published by International Rubber Research and Development Board in Brickendonbury .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hevea -- Yields -- Congresses.,
  • Hevea -- Congresses.,
  • Intercropping -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsInternational Rubber Research and Development Board.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination151p. :
    Number of Pages151
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17491590M

    Natural rubber is a biopolymer consisting of isoprene units (C 5 H 8) n linked together in a 1,4 cis-configuration ().It has unique properties as a polymer owing to its intrinsic structure, its high molecular weight and ill-defined contributions of minor components, such as proteins, minerals, carbohydrates and lipids, which are all present in the latex (a colloidal suspension of rubber Cited by: The Agricultural System of Valle Salado de Añana, Malaga Raisin Production System in La Axarquía, The Agricultural System Ancient Olive Trees Territorio Sénia, Historical Irrigation System at l'Horta de València, Spain,

    In rice cultivation around % water can be saved by means of aerobic rice when compared to conventional method of rice cultivation. Though the system of rice intensification was known for higher yield, with higher number of tiller and panicle per plant the suitability of this system for short duration rice varieties need to be reassessed. Rubber Farming Economics. The economics of rubber growing is very complicated and returns are difficult to assess. The following figures are just a guesstimate of the costs and profits that can be obtained from rubber farming. There are too many variables to give concise figures but hopefully they should provide a ball park figure for anybody.

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Rubber based farming systems with annual and perennial intercrops in the Ivory Coast: Overview of 20 years of trials, Symposium on farming system aspects of the cultivation of natural rubber Author: Sajeep Sankalpa.

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Tang L., Grötz P., Aenis T., Nagel U.-J. () Farming system changes in South-West China: Impacts of rubber cultivation. In: Darnhofer I. and Grötzer M. (Eds.): Building Sustainable Rural Futures: The Added Value of System Approaches in Times of Change and Uncertainty.

Proceedings of the 9th European IFSA Symposium. Organic systems have increased their share of the total food and farming system and the need for solutions to continue that expansion and address the organic production issues has never been more urgent. To address this need and opportunity, the Organic Agriculture Research Symposium (OARS) will be held on Wednesday, Janu as a pre.

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Hertford, United Kingdom: International Rubber Research and Development Board. 81–Author: Jacob John, A. Nair. The recent seminar organised at the Manjeri Regional Office of Rubber Board, India, proved a great success in enlightening representatives of the Rubber Producers Societies in the Manjeri region on the latest trends in rubber tapping and agricultural practices The Manjeri Regional Office of Rubber Board, India, took a laudable initiative to organize a Seminar [ ].

In: Proceedings of the symposium on farming system aspects of the cultivation of natural rubber (Hevea brasiliensis). 6 NovemberBeruwela, Sri Lanka. International Rubber Research and Development Board, Brickendonbury, Hertford, UK, p 81–89 Google ScholarCited by: 7.Integration and role of planted trees in a bush-fallow cultivation system in central Zambia Agroforestry Systems 7 The purpose of natural fallow in bush-fallow cultivation systems is to improve soil fertility following a phase of cultivation and to provide useful forest products, including livestock feed.